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We had some issues getting the video to start. I don't know why. But we figured it out (I think).
If you keep clicking the "Previous video" video (the one that is in the upper screen) - it will start the video.
Yeah, I don't know how this all works...but that should get it started.
So, just click on the video - if you get a message that says you need a plug in...just keep clicking on the video ...
... But then, I heard the waves crashing into the sand, and the rhythmic melody was so distracting. And I couldn't blog.
I had really thought that maybe I could blog on days where it's cloudy or rainy. But, its hasn't rained a drop and there hasn't been a cloud in the sky, since we got here. So that hasn't worked out either.
The other day I set aside time just to blog, and figured I would just suffer through it. You know, just gut it out. But then the kids wanted ...
... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
... screen and it says “Show me your titties!”
That’s what he heard in Spanish!!!
Of course we are in near hysterics….and Hagan and I almost pee our pants. Now we look like complete ********, because it looks like I am telling some ten year old boy to show me his tits! And laughing about it!! Yeah, I am pretty sure Miguel thinks these American’s are c-r-a-z-y!
At that point, I turned my phone off and shoved it in my purse.
Early rise and I got away at about 7.20 for my walk which Emma had provided guide notes for. This walk is along part of the G7 trail which apparently goes as far as Gibraltar westward and back to Italy eastward. This section, to neighbouring villages, is mostly on a west facing slope, so nice and cool especially toward the bottom of the ravine where the Rio de Nechite flows and where my walk is turned for home. Walk: 1h40m. Approx 8km Elevation 459m. Schools break up ...